Swiss exchange sees increase in structured product turnover

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Investors in Switzerland are buying and trading more structured products

Turnover volumes for structured products on the Swiss Scoach exchange are recovering after a dip in December last year, according to figures from the Swiss Structured Products Association. Volumes reached Sfr3.68 billion (US$3.35 billion) in April 2010. Most of the investment is in leveraged products, which have seen an increase over the past 12 months in the number of products listed as well as turnover.

Turnover of leveraged products was at Sfr2.4 billion in April this year, a rise from Sfr1

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